Casual perusers of the gallery may remember Joshua Huyser‘s work since I recently featured a number of his paintings in July. The brilliance of his work isn’t seen in a…
Shari Blaukopf is a teacher, graphic designer, and painter from Montreal, Canada. I’ve been subscribed to her blog for many years and I’ve featured her paintings of Delicate Arch and…
I met William Chickillo a few years ago at Skylake Gallery that serves as his gallery, studio, and workshop in Fleetville, Pennsylvania. I had stopped by at the time, not…
In the summer of 2018 I stumbled across a random tweet by Marie Buhtz that shared a watercolor painting of a Cassowary — a colorful, stately bird from New Guinea.…
The reason I built this web site was to help inspire and motivate artists all over the world by sharing art, interviews, art spaces, and videos that I believe are…
I’m super happy to introduce all of you to an artist that has never been featured on the gallery. Rebekah Codlin is an amazing talent who specializes in realistic portraiture…
With this interview I begin to move away from interviewing watercolor artists that have only been featured here on the gallery to interviewing artists that inspire me across the board. I’m really excited to share this interview with you.
Photo credit: Wendy Carlson
This interview has been in the works since the January of this year and I couldn’t be more excited to be sharing it with all of you. Finally!
I think you’ll enjoy the background story of the piece I featured and the name and feel of the painting will make a lot of sense.
Visnoski has a unique vision and perspective and it explodes off the canvas in her pieces.
This interview with Paul Bailey has been a long time coming. Nearly three years in fact.
It just so happens that Kannika’s painting is, by far, the most popular painting in our archive. When I asked my wife Eliza to assist me with picking some of the artists from our archive to interview for this series Eliza’s first choice was Kannika.
Tina Bohlman has been painting since the early 1970s. For the first 20 years of her journey in watercolor she participated in an average of 30 competitions per year! The math on my napkin here tells me that is 2 or 3 competitions per month and 600 for that 20 year period.
Since Rod lives and paints on the north east coast of England – just on the shore of the North Sea – his paintings are generally of things dealing with the coast, the water, fishing and tourist attractions.
I firmly believed that his work was done in traditional watercolor. As it turns out, Reza uses digital tools rather than real-world ones to do his work.
Her style is varied yet several undertones seem to peak through her work. Vibrant landscapes, solemn – slightly washed-out portraits, and intricate cityscapes seem to be the running themes.
Andrew’s style is one I greatly admire. Quick, messy, artsy yet incredibly good. He’s a natural.
Russ could easily be considered a sketch artist and from the interview I can see why he’s gone in that direction.
Alison’s art is incredible. Dive into the bush with her and follow along in her adventures in watercolor.
Robin answers my questions at length… it is a great read.
Janis’ art spans from still life to scenes of the coast and architecture. It was a pleasure to ask her a few questions.
I thoroughly enjoyed interviewing Vinita. Her style is amazing and she shares everything she’s learned through the web.
The first artist that I followed on Tumblr was Gabrielle Rose and so I’m very happy that she took the time to answer a few questions.